Other Resources
UNB Team

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have created resources specific to College/University Health and Safety.

A new publication for university students aims to help make the change from high school to university easier.  Transitions is a resource that provides information on important topics such as time management, relationships, sex, being away from home and addictions.

As a member of the UNB Campus Wellness Committee, the Student Health Centre is proud to actively support a healthy lifestyle and well being for all students, staff and faculty.

Sexuality information from the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, SexualityandU.

The College of Family Physicians of Canada offers a Patient Education Program with information on numerous medical topics.

Student Health 101 magazine.

Great article on College Health, Six Tips for College Health and Safety.

Therapy Dogs:

(schedule below)

STU - Monday Sept 25th, on the outdoor Basketball Court

7 to 8pm: Chantel & Diego, Kathy & Chance, Jill & Kratos, Gary & Molly, Jacqueline & Kezey

8 to 9pm: Peggy & Jackson, Laura & Bella, Jodi & Laessy, Leanne & Jake

PAWStoDeStress:

 Approved Therapy Dog Teams volunteer to come on campus to combat lonliness, stress and promote taking healthy study breaks.  Upcoming events (specific details to follow closer to the events):

Weekly:

Keep an eye out for Greta or Rosi on campus.  The highlight of their week is coming on campus to share time and snuggles with all of you.  Don't be shy, come on over and say hello.  We will be visiting the UNB PEER Mentor Centre Mondays from 1 to 2pm, and on the green below the SUB on Thursdays from 1 to 2pm (weather pending).